PORTUGAL VS SWITZERLAND

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Portugal vs Switzerland Live

Date: Tuesday, October 10
Time: 7:45 p.m. BST/2:45 p.m ET
Venue: Estadio da Luz, Lisbon

World Cup Qualifer: Portugal vs Switzerland lineups, preview, and prediction, Group B is  for thrilling climax on Tuesday as leaders Switzerland head Lisbon to take on second-placed Portugal, group winner set to be decided. The hosts into the game three points behind Switzerland but can snatch spot with win they have a better goal difference. The visitors, meanwhile,  just point  confirm automatic qualification to FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. The team finishing in second place is assured a play-off place.

Group B signs off with a top of the table, winner-takes-all  will see the European Champions, Portugal, take on the impressive Swiss, the only other team in UEFA qualifying, besides Germany, start their final game with a perfect record. From the draw, it was destined  be a shoot-out between these two. The field under them comprises Hungary, the Faroe Islands, Latvia, and Andorra. As expected, all despatched of with ease by Portugal and Switzerland; the goals coming in droves. Three points separate, a gap opened in the reverse tie in Basel, in whichRonaldo-less Portugal fell 2-0 to the Shaqiri-less Swiss. Switzerland stole the march in what was like a best-of-the-rest clash.

Portugal made hard work of minnows Andorra last time out, needing Cristiano Ronaldo to come off the bench and open the scoring. He then set up Andre Silva for the second to keep their hopes alive with a 2-0 win. Ronaldo is one booking away from a suspension, which is possibly the reason why he was left on the bench against Andorra, and he should start on Tuesday. The Real Madrid star’s record qualifying shows how vital he is to Portugal’s hopes of success, as highlighted by Squawka, With both teams at full strength, and with second placed Portugal 8 goals ahead on goal difference, and automatic qualification to next Russia 2018 at stake, the continent will be watching.

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